Mario Draghi. European Central Bank President Mario Draghi will join the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee for their regular monetary dialogue. They will focus on the Eurozone's long-term future, bank recapitalisations and sovereign debt management (Monday ).
Cohesion policy. The Regional Affairs Committee will vote on legislation to govern EU regional and cohesion policy in 2014-2020, focusing on growth, jobs and the EU 2020 aims. MEPs will call for more flexibility for funding beneficiaries and more involvement of regional and local players (Wednesday).
EU patent. Following the Council's move to modify the EU patent deal reached with MEPs, which prompted Parliament's last session decision to postpone the plenary vote, the Legal Affairs Committee will discuss how to proceed (Tuesday).
Victims' rights. The Civil Liberties and Women's Rights Committees will vote on Parliament/Council deal to give all crime victims the same basic rights and minimum protection across the EU. About 75 million people fall victim to crime each year in the EU (Tuesday).
Access to lawyers. The Civil Liberties Committee will vote on a new EU law guaranteeing all suspects and accused persons access to a lawyer from the moment they are held in police custody until the end of the proceedings (Tuesday).
Energy efficiency. The Energy Committee will vote on a Parliament/Council deal on the new energy efficiency directive, which would require Member States to set themselves national targets and save energy in specific ways, such as renovating buildings and stipulating energy savings to be delivered by utilities (Thursday).
President Schulz in Paris: Mr Schulz will pay an official visit to France from Thursday to Saturday, where he will meet leading politicians. He will also attend the fête nationale celebrations. On Tuesday in Brussels, Mr Schulz will meet President of the Dominican Republic Leonel Antonio Fernández Reyna.
Press briefing. A briefing on key topics of media interest will be held on Monday at 11 a.m. (Anna Politkovskaya Room, PHS 0A050).